Bradley County Sheriff's Office Leads Multi-Agency 2-Night Warrant Round Up; 23 Arrested

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office led a two night multi-agency “warrant round up” last Wednesday and Thursday.

Cooperation between the seven law enforcement agencies involved ensured a successful outcome.

The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Investigators led the operation. This joint effort included law enforcement personnel from the Chattanooga FBI Office, the United States Marshall Service, Tennessee Department of Corrections Office of Investigations and Compliance, Bradley County 911, Cleveland Police Department, as well as two Bradley County Constables Steve Anderson and Brent Runyon.

At the conclusion of the operation, 23 people were arrested. Law enforcement also recovered a stolen vehicle from Georgia, seized narcotics and arrested an additional suspect from a previous 2019 storage unit burglary.

The following 23 people were arrested during the warrant round up:

Canon Ramsey: FTA - failure to appear (DSL - driving on suspended license, INS - insurance, REG - registration), FTA VOP - violation of parole (possession of drug paraphernalia), Misdemeanor FTA, FTA (sch II r/s)

Darrin Ellis: VOP, FTA (DRL - driving on restricted license, light on motor), Addendum to VOP, Misd. VOP, Non support

Steven Poe: Capias FTA, Misd. VOP

Michael Harrison: FTA (Poss of meth for resale B-F), FTA (no plate, insurance, lights)

Richard McLeod: Poss SCH - Schedule II, Resisting stop halt frisk, Speeding, Failure to maintain lane, Tampering with evidence

Corey Miller: Burglary, Theft under $1000, Resisting arrest, Poss drug para, Lights required on bicycle

Jonathan Abercrombie: COP (SCH IV drugs, poss firearm)

Ashley Carlton: VOP

Cody Park: VOP

Erika Lyda: VOP

Tristan Simpson: VOP

Bobby Woods Jr.: Evading, Altered plates, DRL, Light law

John Raffensberger: Aggravated assault

Dean Kinchen: Capias FTA (theft, forgery, criminal impersonation), VOP

Edward Bettis: Non suppot (Meigs County)

Lacey Goins Thomas: FTA (shoplifting)

Jeffrey Jackson: Light law, INS, REG, Open container, DSL

Brandon Breedlove: FTA (speeding), FTA (domestic assault), FTA (drug para)

Joshua Stewart: Assault, Vandalism, Disorderly, Unattended fire, Resisting

Kellie Mason: FTA (Poss SCH VI, Drug para), Misd. VOP

Quenton Jennings: Misd. VOP

Aldwin Foster: VOP

 


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